Interview with Artist Nicola (Leonard) Beeson
Nicola Beeson is responsible for a total of twenty stunning artworks in Magic. Most of them were released in Legends, Ice Age, and Homelands. A fifth of them are lands. Tolaria and Karplusan Forest are beautiful cards, yet outshone by the masterpieces that are Karakas and The Tabernacle at Pendrell Vale.
Ramp and Let Die: Budget Fastbond in Vintage
Vintage can be fun and relatively cheap? Is that true? Indeed, you can build a pair of Vintage decks for less than many Modern decks and you can even steal some games with them. Let's take a look at two Fastbond shells and revisit a couple of common misconceptions about Magic's oldest format.
Jumpstarting Jurassic Elves with Allosaurus Shepherd
You love Elves, Dinosaurs, and Legacy, and you dislike being interrupted? You hate it when Force of Will gets in the way? Then Jumpstart's new Allosaurus Shepherd may be exactly the right card for you: an uncounterable, Allosaurus-loving Elf to protect your green spells — all for just 1 mana.
Interview with Artist Seb McKinnon
Seb McKinnon is one of the most prolific and possibly the most popular contemporary artist working on Magic: The Gathering. He is a true ambassador of the game's heritage, its past and present. In his work, he unites the deep fantasy flavor of the old days with today's more modern direction of Magic art.
Hoarder's Greed: A Beginners' Guide to Buying and Selling
Fear is one of the main actors in the human psyche. This year, supermarkets saw people buy up the whole supply of various goods to stockpile them, afraid they might miss out otherwise. Similar can happen — and has happened — in the Magic world. Here's a look at the theory, history, and the lessons to be learned.